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Mark Juleen<br />J.C. Hart Company &<br />The Resident Connection<br />
Apartments & Neighbors<br />Outreach 180◦ (WIIFM)<br />Memorialize It<br />Map It<br />Broadcast It<br />Measure It<br />
Outreach 180◦ (WIIFM)<br />
Live the Life<br />
Benefits of Outreach 180◦?<br />Actually talking to business owners/managers<br />Leasing teams more confident<br />Someth...
Memorialize ItBlogging & The Resident Hub<br />
Featured Business<br />
Community News<br />
Map It<br />
Share Their Info<br />
Coupons<br />
Broadcast It<br />
Facebook Can Be Your Radio Station<br />
People May Surprise You<br />
This isn’t Field of Dreams<br />
It’s Probably More like The Land of Make Believe<br />
Measure It<br />
Analytics Year over Year<br />Overall website traffic up over 35%.<br />Absolute unique visitors up 30%<br />About half of...
Keyword Analytics<br />
Google Searches<br />
Keyword Analytics<br />
Summary<br />Outreach 180◦<br />Memorialize your efforts<br />Map your neighbors<br />Measure what you can<br />Be a bette...
The Thank You Economy<br />mark@markjuleen.com<br />Twitter - @mbj<br />MarkJuleen.com<br />TheResidentConnection.com<br /...
Jamie Gorski<br />Senior Vice President, Corporate Marketing, The Bozzuto Group<br />Provides strategic marketing directio...
PR Rising<br />PR’s strategic importance is rising to new heights. <br />
World’s biggest advertiser demonstrates PR’s value<br />Procter & Gamble, the world’s largest advertiser with over 400 wel...
What are the benefits of distributing a news release?<br /><ul><li>Reach media outlets locally, nationally & online
 Reach investors and prospective partners
 Get your message in front of potential customers
 Increase traffic to your website through search engines</li></li></ul><li>What are the benefits of distributing a news re...
Obtain media coverage
Increase chances of viral marketing
Reach social media and bloggers
Increase leasing</li></li></ul><li>When should I issue a news release?<br />Consider the following examples:<br /><ul><li>...
Significant modification to an existing asset
Changes in corporate identity, such as company name or logo
New marketing, operations, and training tools
Joint venture</li></li></ul><li>When should I issue a news release?<br /><ul><li> Changes in corporate structure (new divi...
 Corporate opinion (opinion on industry trends)
 Features
 Events (open houses, trade show involvement, speaking engagements, award ceremonies)
 Awards
 Campaigns</li></li></ul><li>What is a multimedia news release?<br />Deliver your news in a multimedia format blending vid...
Should I use visuals (photos, videos, audio) when distributing a news release?<br />Incorporating photos or video with you...
Will press releases increase my search engine visibility?<br />Yes. You can increase the likelihood that a news release wi...
How can I use social media in my PR efforts to generate visibility for my company?<br /> <br />
How can I use social media in my PR efforts to generate visibility for my business?<br /> <br /><ul><li>Blog search servic...
Blog services such as Blogger, Wordpress and TwitThis allow bloggers to link to a story from their blog.
 </li></li></ul><li>Should I include bloggers on my media list?<br />You can gain exposure by promoting your message to bl...
LOCAL/GREEN BLOGS – goinggreendc.com<br />
LOCAL/GREEN BLOGS<br />
LOCAL/GREEN BLOGS – www.dcist.com<br />
Four main differences between reporters & bloggers<br />Bloggers are self-made<br />Bloggers are time-starved<br />Blogger...
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PUBLIC RELATIONS<br />Just a few low-cost, effective tactics:<br />ProfNet (A PR Newswire service) – member resource for r...
PUBLIC RELATIONS<br />
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations<br /><ul><li>Important to our company
Low-cost
Easy to install
Scalable
Tax credits available in many states
A differentiator
NEWSWORTHY</li></li></ul><li>
The Fitzgerald Green Brochure<br />
Press Event Results<br /><ul><li>~50 people in attendance
Day before the event, local FOX affiliate conducted live broadcasts every 30 minutes from 5am - 10am
CBS and NBC affiliates attended live press conference
Received more than 12 broadcast news segments in addition to print articles by the Baltimore Sun and The Examiner</li></li...
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Respond to all customer service inquiries…<br />
ApartmentRatings.com<br />Reviews – Apartment Ratings<br />
Develop a PR Strategy<br />
Focus on PR<br />Understand the challenge that needs to be overcome, effectively linking all Social Media channels togethe...
Focus on PR<br /><ul><li>Develop a PR plan
Integrate with all marketing channels
Forget your press kit create a PR site and online press releases with photos, videos, QR codes, etc.
Enhance your media list and include bloggers
Track mentions & reputation</li></li></ul><li>Consider every possibility<br />
Partnerships and Public Relations<br />Presented by Lisa Trosien<br />
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Innovators are breathing fresh life into local referral relationships using their Facebook pages like radio stations and broadcasting a mix of content and promotional messages. Portal strategies for local marketing have matured as a way to create a referral network that includes other local merchants. Presenters will put some zing into your thinking about how to use online tools to reinforce your local referral relationships and placement in local media.

-Mark Juleen, Vice President of Marketing, J.C. Hart Company, Inc.
- Jamie Gorski, Senior Vice President, The Bozzuto Group
- Lisa Trosien, Apartment Expert, ApartmentExpert.com

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  • Hello neighbors. Man I love a good cardigan and a pair of sneakers. You know, what was great about Mister Rogers Neighborhood was that it was honest and classic. I’m sure that is part of the reason it was the 2nd longest running children’s program of all time. So why is Mister Rogers relevant to what I’m going to talk about today? Because in this session we’re talking about outreach, connecting and partnering with local businesses, and leveraging local PR. We’re going to review why being a better neighbor can make a huge impact. And like Mister Rogers we’re going to show you examples and we’re going to share ideas. While Fred had a television program to broadcast and memorialize his message, we’re going to share with you ways you can do that today yourself and take advantage of the Internet as part of those efforts to be a better neighbor.
  • The examples I’m going to share are from my company J.C. Hart. We are a builder and developer of upscale apartment communities primarily in central Indiana, and we also manage the communities we build. Our portfolio consists of 15 properties with over 3,200 units, and we also have an additional 1000+ units currently under development in central Indiana.What I’ll share with you today are some of the things we are doing to not only connect in our local neighborhoods, but to also memorialize those efforts online.While we’re here to talk about Internet marketing primarily, I want to focus on something I feel is a key piece to successful outreach, networking, and social media. And that concept is exactly what Fred Rogers was all about in his show. He just wanted to be a good neighbor and hoped you would do so in return. It sounds so simple, but when I reflect on what I’ve helped J.C. Hart build online and with our Live the Life program it really is about being a better neighbor. It’s become that one to one human contact that is so very important. And those relationships develop into referrals and good word of mouth for your business.I’ll touch on 5 things today. - What I like to call the Outreach 180. It’s a What’s In It For Me take on networking with local businesses. - I’ll review how we are using blogs to memorialize these interactions and other local events or happenings. - Then I’ll show you an example of a new platform we’ve adopted to put these connections on a map. - I’ll share with you some examples for how we’re using Facebook as our broadcast network to run contests &amp; promotions. - And finally, highlight some of the result we are getting from the effort and how it has impacted our web traffic.
  • The way I see people doing typical outreach is by grabbing some candy, putting it in a property logoed tumbler, maybe adding a balloon, and picking up a handful of brochures to go drop off to unsuspecting businesses. What I’ve also seen is many managers and leasing agents cringe at the idea of “cold calling” on local businesses. It’s not a fun process, and usually they walk away with absolutely nothing. And after they leave my guess is that the candy is poured into a bowl while everything else is pitched. I know that’s what I do with junk people leave at my office.So that’s where the Outreach 180 comes in.
  • We’ve been inspired by a couple programs we’ve titled Live the Life in the past couple years. We ran a YouTube video contest a couple years ago with this title, and like many other companies we have a VIP or Gold card with preferred vendor discounts on them that we call our Live the Life card.
  • We’ve taken those titles and turned them into our entire outreach platform now.The locations of our apartment communitiesare successful because of thegreat neighbors surrounding them. Justas we wish to have a successful business,we wish the same for ourneighboring businesses.We created the Live the Life program tonot only help enhance the living experienceof our residents, but also to helpboost awareness and business of ourneighbors. Our purpose of the programis to work together to help achievethose goals, and we would love for youto join us.
  • So our outreach program isn’t about us, it’s about the neighboring businesses.We want to map them, add them to our Live the Life card, Blog about them as a Featured Business, help promote them on Facebook, or just share with our residents what they have to offer through other connections like coupons or sponsoring parties/events.You may notice we have some costs associated with these programs. Our goal is not to make any money with the program, but offset the cost of printing cards or time put into building out listings for businesses on the map. And for some we will just give it away to help build the relationship and get them on board. Don’t we all love FREE or inexpensive marketing? Neighboring businesses do as well.
  • We could debate for hours why it’s important to measure our marketing efforts. There are entire companies here this week built around that idea alone. However, one thing we don’t really have a strategy to measure is results of our outreach efforts or the activities/events we do on site. For us, that’s where blogging comes in. We developed a custom blog/resident portal platform we like to call The Resident Hub. A website dedicated to residents. All the tools and info a resident needs while living in one of our communities without the distractions of apartment images, floor plans, pricing, or lease applications. And because we’ve built it on a blogging platform we have a space to share and memorialize things we do everyday.
  • Instead of just dropping off brochures at a local restaurant, we bring back information and write a Featured Business post about them.
  • Once we’ve built relationships with these businesses they also help sponsor our resident events and we feature them again in our Community News.
  • We’ve partnered with a company called EverydayMap to build customizable map and marketing tools for our properties. Business locations, icons, logos, zoom levels, etc. can all be customized on each map. It’s a great opportunity for us to highlight what’s nearby or what neighbors we’ve built relationships with.
  • Once the user clicks on an icon or logo, the platform allows a business to show off an image, logo, flash animation, or in this case a video. Links for the business’s website, Google Maps directions, and social media sites can be included as well.
  • Everyone loves a deal. The new coupon feature they have recently added to the platform allows us to build out even more benefits to our residents beyond just knowing what’s near by. The user can print it or even email it to themselves or someone else.
  • We’ve taken the position to use Facebook as the fun or news spot for our communications. Much like a radio station we’re pushing content out there that is primarily for entertainment or news purposes. And, like a radio station we like to mix in some giveaways and contests. This concept has not only increased our followers, but we continue to see increased levels of engagement with the page ongoing.
  • Radio stations have giveaways all the time. Guess what, they typically don’t pay for those giveaways. You don’t have to either. A local cajun restaurant, Yats, gave us some gift certificates to give out as a Marti Gras giveaway for people that posted pictures. OK fine. Nice giveaway, sure. What was really cool though is that one of the winners was from New Jersey. The person is a fan of our page because she had been doing apartment research for an upcoming summer move.
  • In another giveaway, a local insurance agency had a block of 25 tickets he wanted to just giveaway. Who knew a local non-NHL Tier 1 league team would have fans that would snatch all these up and more in less than 45 min? The agent also gave us 4 more tickets for someone else that asked after they were all gone. Pretty sweet deal for everyone.When thinking about Facebook for business I think it’s important to remember why users are on there in the first place. It’s really for entertainment and connecting with friends. Your sales pitch is probably not going to attract a bunch of followers.
  • Just because you have a blog or facebook page, that doesn’t mean anyone will come to visit. Some ideas and posts will be a bust, while others resonate with your residents and followers. You can’t expect it to be an overnight success, and you will have to put work into gaining a following over time.
  • Getting back to Mister Rogers, using social media to connect with your neighbors takes some creativity. Use your imagination here. You never know what’s going to stick, and you can’t tell people about it enough.
  • That includes telling people offline where you are online. We created custom window stickers for each community as well as a move-in flyer highlighting and describing how our residents can connect with us or how they will hear from us.
  • OK, sure. All this sounds great in theory, but it sounds like a lot of work and where’s the ROI?Let’s first all agree that there is more than one way to skin a cat. Traditional marketing can still get the job done. I just think it’s too expensive.I could go into word of mouth marketing data and theory and I could quote Seth Godin or Gary Vaynerchuk until they kick me off the stage, but there is a reality to the data and how our web traffic continues to grow and grow year over year since implementing social media efforts and focusing on connecting better with our neighbors.Bottom line, I got frustrated asking our leasing teams to be sure to go out and do outreach (the old way), and watch them come back frustrated or with nothing to show for it. Regardless of the numbers I’ll share with you now, we’ve overcome that huge obstacle number one.
  • There are a lot of factors that go into this, but traffic to our websites is up over 35% as a whole. About 15% of that would be attributed to adding two new construction properties to the site, but the rest mainly due to organic increases in results from Google, Yahoo!, Bing, or other local search engines. And these numbers don’t include direct traffic to our resident hubs.On Facebook we’ve increased our “Likes” by 191% from about 700 to nearly 2,100.That has resulted in more referrals to our J.C. Hart website as well increasing those referrals 70% year over year.
  • So let’s go over some interesting keyword analytics.You never know which post will stick with people, or stick with Google. Last year 66 people found our new property the Legacy while searching for the local yogurt shop. Some of them stayed around for quite awhile, and now are familiar with the property. Unintended long tail click throughs that gain interest. Drawing attention to your community and brand for keywords other than apartments can be an interesting benefit.
  • Why so many click throughs? Do a search for “orange leaf carmel” and there’s the property post right on page one of the Google results.
  • Even more impressive was the traffic after a post about a new restaurant and winery near our North Haven community. What’s interesting to see is how the traffic has fallen off. Soon after the post went out it would appear on page 1 search results, but now more reviews and articles are out on the restaurant and you won’t find the post now until page 3.That said, I would guess that a follow up post would grab some attention with Google.
  • I’ve seen us save a ton of marketing dollars over the last few years investing time and money into building a better online brand overall. Now that we have all the assets in place we’re just working on being a better neighbor, connecting with real people, and memorializing those efforts. I wanted to share one quick story before I finish…
  • A couple months ago I was emailing Gary Vaynerchuk back and forth trying to get him to be a keynote speaker here this year. He wanted to do it and share his Thank You Economy message, but unfortunately he had a planned trip to Sweden right now and the timing didn’t work. I wish everyone could have heard his message in person. If you are interested in building a better online brand for your business I do recommend you at least pick up a copy of his book The Thank You Economy. If you’d like a chance to win a free copy, please go to my facebook page and leave me a question about my presentation today.Thanks so much everyone!
  • Certainly social media, digital and direct to consumer communications are significant drivers of PR ascent. But chief among them is the heightened importance of content specifically its creation and dissemination through today’s maze of media channels.
  • P&amp;G developed the study to measures its PR efforts in the context of and in relation to all of its other marketing efforts such as advertising, sponsorships and promotions, direct response, and merchandising. The study incorporates detailed analysis, including information on cost, scope, audience, geographic markets, and possible synergy with other marketing tactics. P&amp;G’s findings showed a greater ROI from PR than other marketing discipline.
  • Fast &amp; economical
  • A news release can be used to announce a variety of information.
  • A news release can be used to announce a variety of information.
  • Releases optimized well become &quot;search engine friendly&quot; and can be indexed by the Web&apos;s leading search engines for months. As a result, people searching the Web for related information will find the release in their natural search results for months after the release is issued.  
  • Use links to popular social media and blogging tools on all news releases including:
  •   LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook are Social Media  Content Distribution Outposts
  • Users who click through to news releases have an established interest in that subject area and are more likely to share the information contained in your news release with others. A news release posted to any social networking site is made available to the millions of registered bookmarkers, which can dramatically increase a news release’s visibility. Media list include bloggers influencers
  • Top links in blogs, key people featured, top videos, top posts, top blogs, key phrases, top news stories, top news sources
  • QR codes offer easy access to information relating to building &amp; construction permits details of approved scope of work owners progress
  • Added in press release
  • Red cross handles beautifully smart about social media but brilliant when it comes to PR. Right away they addressed the opps honestly and with a sense of humor.
  • Red Cross employee mistakenly tweets from corporate account instead of personal. “Ryan found two more 4 bottle packs of Dogfish Head&apos;s Midas Touch beer...when we drink we do it right #gettngslizzerd.” New Hootsuite feature asks for confirmation before sending
  • Red cross handles beautifully smart about social media but brilliant when it comes to PR. Right away they addressed the opps honestly and with a sense of humor.
  • All Flyers and Ads639 website visitors140 registersFacebook Event and Status Updates368 website visitors114 registersEmail Blasts297 website visitors136 registersBlog278 website visitors41 registers
  • All Flyers and Ads639 website visitors140 registersFacebook Event and Status Updates368 website visitors114 registersEmail Blasts297 website visitors136 registersBlog278 website visitors41 registers
  • All Flyers and Ads639 website visitors140 registersFacebook Event and Status Updates368 website visitors114 registersEmail Blasts297 website visitors136 registersBlog278 website visitors41 registers
  • All Flyers and Ads639 website visitors140 registersFacebook Event and Status Updates368 website visitors114 registersEmail Blasts297 website visitors136 registersBlog278 website visitors41 registers
  • Transcript of "Local Referral Partnerships and Public Relations - 3 Presentations"

    1. 1. Mark Juleen<br />J.C. Hart Company &<br />The Resident Connection<br />
    2. 2. Apartments & Neighbors<br />Outreach 180◦ (WIIFM)<br />Memorialize It<br />Map It<br />Broadcast It<br />Measure It<br />
    3. 3. Outreach 180◦ (WIIFM)<br />
    4. 4. Live the Life<br />
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    6. 6.
    7. 7. Benefits of Outreach 180◦?<br />Actually talking to business owners/managers<br />Leasing teams more confident<br />Something for you take away vs. just leaving something behind<br />Actually building a relationship to follow up on<br />
    8. 8. Memorialize ItBlogging & The Resident Hub<br />
    9. 9. Featured Business<br />
    10. 10. Community News<br />
    11. 11. Map It<br />
    12. 12. Share Their Info<br />
    13. 13. Coupons<br />
    14. 14. Broadcast It<br />
    15. 15. Facebook Can Be Your Radio Station<br />
    16. 16. People May Surprise You<br />
    17. 17. This isn’t Field of Dreams<br />
    18. 18. It’s Probably More like The Land of Make Believe<br />
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    20. 20. Measure It<br />
    21. 21. Analytics Year over Year<br />Overall website traffic up over 35%.<br />Absolute unique visitors up 30%<br />About half of that increase attributed to new properties added<br />Majority of other increase from organic search via Google, Bing, Yahoo!, or other local search engines<br />Facebook “Likes” increased 191%<br />Facebook referral to websites increased 70%<br />
    22. 22. Keyword Analytics<br />
    23. 23. Google Searches<br />
    24. 24. Keyword Analytics<br />
    25. 25. Summary<br />Outreach 180◦<br />Memorialize your efforts<br />Map your neighbors<br />Measure what you can<br />Be a better neighbor<br />
    26. 26. The Thank You Economy<br />mark@markjuleen.com<br />Twitter - @mbj<br />MarkJuleen.com<br />TheResidentConnection.com<br />facebook.markjuleen.com<br />
    27. 27. Jamie Gorski<br />Senior Vice President, Corporate Marketing, The Bozzuto Group<br />Provides strategic marketing direction for Bozzuto’s six companies<br />More than 27 years of multifamily marketing experience <br />B.S. in mathematics from Ohio State University<br />
    28. 28. PR Rising<br />PR’s strategic importance is rising to new heights. <br />
    29. 29. World’s biggest advertiser demonstrates PR’s value<br />Procter & Gamble, the world’s largest advertiser with over 400 well-known consumer brands, concluded an in-depth, 18-month study of their marketing tools and tactics. The result? P&G found that public relations more than any other discipline provided the best ROI within the company’s vast marketing mix.<br />
    30. 30. What are the benefits of distributing a news release?<br /><ul><li>Reach media outlets locally, nationally & online
    31. 31. Reach investors and prospective partners
    32. 32. Get your message in front of potential customers
    33. 33. Increase traffic to your website through search engines</li></li></ul><li>What are the benefits of distributing a news release?<br /><ul><li>Enhance credibility
    34. 34. Obtain media coverage
    35. 35. Increase chances of viral marketing
    36. 36. Reach social media and bloggers
    37. 37. Increase leasing</li></li></ul><li>When should I issue a news release?<br />Consider the following examples:<br /><ul><li>New product – community, service, trend
    38. 38. Significant modification to an existing asset
    39. 39. Changes in corporate identity, such as company name or logo
    40. 40. New marketing, operations, and training tools
    41. 41. Joint venture</li></li></ul><li>When should I issue a news release?<br /><ul><li> Changes in corporate structure (new division or subsidiary)
    42. 42. Corporate opinion (opinion on industry trends)
    43. 43. Features
    44. 44. Events (open houses, trade show involvement, speaking engagements, award ceremonies)
    45. 45. Awards
    46. 46. Campaigns</li></li></ul><li>What is a multimedia news release?<br />Deliver your news in a multimedia format blending video, audio, text, logos, photos and related documents into a dynamic HTML platform. Existing video and audio footage from launches, communities and CEO presentations can be visually packaged with text, photos, hyperlinks, relevant documents and more to help expand the reach of your news.<br />
    47. 47. Should I use visuals (photos, videos, audio) when distributing a news release?<br />Incorporating photos or video with your release can increase your visibility with media or consumers. Photos and videos should be compelling, and complement and support your news release. <br />
    48. 48. Will press releases increase my search engine visibility?<br />Yes. You can increase the likelihood that a news release will be found by search engines, and thus, be more accessible to key audiences (media, analysts, clients, prospects) searching for information on the Web. <br />
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    53. 53. How can I use social media in my PR efforts to generate visibility for my company?<br /> <br />
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    55. 55. How can I use social media in my PR efforts to generate visibility for my business?<br /> <br /><ul><li>Blog search services such as Technorati and Google BlogSearch search millions of blogs and allow our clients to see which blogs have mentions or links to their releases.
    56. 56. Blog services such as Blogger, Wordpress and TwitThis allow bloggers to link to a story from their blog.
    57. 57.  </li></li></ul><li>Should I include bloggers on my media list?<br />You can gain exposure by promoting your message to bloggers. You will soon understand who covers your market the best and who to pitch your story to. <br />
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    59. 59. LOCAL/GREEN BLOGS – goinggreendc.com<br />
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    61. 61. LOCAL/GREEN BLOGS<br />
    62. 62. LOCAL/GREEN BLOGS – www.dcist.com<br />
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    67. 67. Four main differences between reporters & bloggers<br />Bloggers are self-made<br />Bloggers are time-starved<br />Bloggers need traffic and influence<br />Bloggers want to co-create content with you<br />
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    77. 77. PUBLIC RELATIONS<br />Just a few low-cost, effective tactics:<br />ProfNet (A PR Newswire service) – member resource for reporters to find news sources<br />HARO (www.HelpAReporterOut.com)<br />No such thing as free PR? Over 50000 journalists use HARO to locate experts for on-air interviews, article quotes and more.<br />Twitter (reporter queries)<br />
    78. 78. PUBLIC RELATIONS<br />
    79. 79. Electric Vehicle Charging Stations<br /><ul><li>Important to our company
    80. 80. Low-cost
    81. 81. Easy to install
    82. 82. Scalable
    83. 83. Tax credits available in many states
    84. 84. A differentiator
    85. 85. NEWSWORTHY</li></li></ul><li>
    86. 86.
    87. 87. The Fitzgerald Green Brochure<br />
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    91. 91. Press Event Results<br /><ul><li>~50 people in attendance
    92. 92. Day before the event, local FOX affiliate conducted live broadcasts every 30 minutes from 5am - 10am
    93. 93. CBS and NBC affiliates attended live press conference
    94. 94. Received more than 12 broadcast news segments in addition to print articles by the Baltimore Sun and The Examiner</li></li></ul><li>
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    98. 98. 78<br />
    99. 99.
    100. 100. Respond to all customer service inquiries…<br />
    101. 101. ApartmentRatings.com<br />Reviews – Apartment Ratings<br />
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    116. 116. Develop a PR Strategy<br />
    117. 117. Focus on PR<br />Understand the challenge that needs to be overcome, effectively linking all Social Media channels together, using both Digital and Traditional PR tactics, and watch the positive results.<br />
    118. 118. Focus on PR<br /><ul><li>Develop a PR plan
    119. 119. Integrate with all marketing channels
    120. 120. Forget your press kit create a PR site and online press releases with photos, videos, QR codes, etc.
    121. 121. Enhance your media list and include bloggers
    122. 122. Track mentions & reputation</li></li></ul><li>Consider every possibility<br />
    123. 123.
    124. 124. Partnerships and Public Relations<br />Presented by Lisa Trosien<br />
    125. 125. It’s About Opportunities<br />
    126. 126. Marketing…In the beginning<br />Relationship building completes the process.<br />Only ½ the story.<br />
    127. 127. How do you go from good to great?<br />
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    130. 130. Selecting a Partner<br />Look for:<br /><ul><li>Common customers
    131. 131. Common marketing needs
    132. 132. Complimentary products or services</li></li></ul><li>If NASCAR and leasing had a love child<br />
    133. 133. Remember, it’s about opportunities…<br />
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    135. 135. Partner/Cause Marketing<br />
    136. 136. Presidential Towers, Chicago<br />
    137. 137. Over 3,000 Google results<br />
    138. 138.
    139. 139. The NewGrassroots Marketing<br />
    140. 140. Partnering/Social Mix<br />
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    142. 142. $500 worth of gifts<br />
    143. 143. Ask for the Sale<br />
    144. 144. Civic Marketing<br />
    145. 145. Case StudyRiver Place Towers – Lowell, MA<br />
    146. 146. Local, Local, Local<br />Princeton Place – Worcester, MA<br />Resident Functions<br />Pie Eating Contest<br />Donations Quota<br />
    147. 147. Value of Association<br />Brand Awareness - Halo Effect<br />Partner brand awareness and trust<br />Relevance to customers<br />Newsworthiness of partnership<br />Potential for category exclusivity<br />
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